"Established orchestras have played this music too often," he says. "If I do something with them, I have to accept certain conditions because I'm a guest. But if we don't understand each other well or if I don't happen to like the tone of the first oboist there is nothing I can do about it."Read the rest here.
And a write-up on Schiff's handling of Beethoven sonatas ("...the adagio was painfully slow and light on meaning, highlighting Schiff's lack of emotional engagement with the music.")is here